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Episode 369: What CSOs do, paying coal plants to shut down

The Asian Development Bank has created a fund to accelerate the transition to clean energy in Indonesia and the Philippines — by helping coal plant operators get other options onto the grid more quickly.

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This week's run time is 41:13.

ON OUR MINDS (8:30)

Co-hosts Joel Makower, co-founder and chairman of GreenBiz Group, and Dylan Siegler, senior vice president of sustainability, discuss the following stories:

FEATURED INTERVIEW
Paying coal plants to shut down (23:50)

The Asian Development Bank has created a fund to accelerate the transition to clean energy in Indonesia and the Philippines — by helping coal plant operators get other options onto the grid more quickly. We speak with David Elzinga, principal energy specialist at ADB, to explore how this Energy Transition Mechanism might be used in the U.S. and how private investors might participate.

MUSIC IN THIS EPISODE

Lee Rosevere: "And So Then," "Introducing the Pre-Roll," "Let That Sink In."
Coma Media: "Chill Abstract (Intention)."
Ashot-Damielyan-Composer: "Relaxed Vlog."

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